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  1. A Siemens ES 64 U2 locomotive of Railjet train "Sprit of Vienna" of Austrian railway oper

    Siemens sees up to 20% drop in business in April-June quarter, CFO tells Boersenzeitung

    German engineering company Siemens saw the volume of business contract by as much as 20per cent in the three months to June and activity in 2021 ...
  2. Sembcorp Marine LNG repair and upgrade

    A lifeline for Sembcorp Marine

    Troubled Sembcorp Marine is getting a reprieve. Money Mind makes sense of the recapitalisation deal for the marine firm.
  3. What does luxury mean to you?

    Have your priorities in life changed since COVID-19? We ask six opinion leaders

    As Singapore gets accustomed to a new normal way of life, six business leaders and society personalities think back to how the two-month isolation ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Shoppers look for Black Friday sale items at a Sears store in Cutler Bay

    Exclusive: Sears exploring sale of home improvement business

    Sears is exploring a sale of its home improvement business following interest from potential suitors such as private equity firms, people familiar ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is seen on a communications device in London, Britain

    Senior UK lawmaker says: West should not do business with Huawei

    The chairman of the British parliament's foreign affairs committee said on Wednesday that the West should not be doing business with China's Huawei.
  6. The former Six Senses Duxton

    Former Six Senses hotels to reopen under Marriott’s Autograph Collection

    The two properties will be renamed as The Maxwell Reserve, Autograph Collection, and The Duxton Reserve, Autograph Collection.
  7. Chanel forecasts difficult two years for luxury

    Even with big spenders in Asia, Chanel forecasts ‘difficult’ two years for luxury

    Chanel grew by 13 per cent in 2019, with Asia accounting for a whopping 44 per cent of revenue. But the next 18 to 24 months will be less rosy, ...
  8. Arnott's Tim-Tam biscuits are pictured on a supermarket shelf in Sydney

    Tim Tam maker Arnott's loses 50 jobs in first cuts since KKR buyout

    Arnott's, maker of Tim Tam biscuits and other snacks, is shedding about 50 staff, a representative told Reuters, the first such cuts since U.S.